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The Coronavirus vaccine conspiracy concerns disproportioned amounts of false vaccine and experimental vaccine that attempts to target a SARS syndrome second generation coronavirus strain, not your typical coronavirus labeled on the back of a Lysol can.


2019 outbreak in Saudi Arabia
CIDRAP, Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, University of Minnesota, gave WHO's summary report of 2,468 coronavirus cases reported globally, with 851 related deaths, as of September 2019. "The vast majority have been reported from Saudi Arabia."[1]

COVID-19 called SARS-Cov-2 is a SARS virus that has been minimized as "coronavirus". According to WHO, SARS was first identified in 2003, during a China outbreak from 2002 to 2004 that spread to at least four other countries.[2] As far as the general populous is concerned, there is no known cure for SARS and according to National Health Service, research to find a vaccine is ongoing.[3]

WHO had been monitoring minor coronavirus outbreaks throughout 2019, which first appeared in Saudi Arabia,[1] before the SARS version broke out in China later that same year. By February 2020, SARS-Cov-2 reached pandemic levels. Exactly 1 year later, the CDC and WHO approved of up to 5 vaccines that were each all readily available for distribution: Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson's Jannsen for North America,[4] Oxford-AstraZeneca for Europe,[5] and SinoVac for Asia and South America, respectively.

The experimental COVID-19 vaccines probably do have an efficacy of 95% to combat standard coronavirus, but based on the number of late 2021 breakthrough cases, all of the vaccines have been useless against the SARS version of coronavirus, otherwise known as "novel coronavirus". Besides reducing "long covid", vaccinated patients including teens, are subjected to a host of ill effects such as cardiovascular and cerebral inflammation.

It is likely that the survival rates of COVID-19 infection can be attributed to natural immunity and antibodies, and not the absorbent 3 times amount of antibodies that Moderna or other vaccines tout. Moderna has had to make up for its loss of trust, as a result of the "contamination" incident in Japan in 2021.

Because SARS is considered a new virus of the 21st century, which "shocked the world by its spread in 2003", according to National Institutes of Health,[6] COVID-19 can be considered a bioweapon.

The CDC, Pfizer/BioNTech, and Moderna all touted a vaccine efficacy of about 95% to combat coronavirus. According to CNN's figures, the United States alone has reached 600,000 deaths over a span of one year and three months since the virus broke out in the USA. This is a 1 in 550 chance of death for a US citizen. This comes despite their glorifying the vaccinations, which have only been able to be administered as one dose for 64% of the US population.[7]

A vaccine is not a cure. If the vaccine they released, one year after the outbreak, is a true vaccine for SARS - then they would have developed it over a 10 year span before the outbreak occurred (See vaccine development chart below). If they were holding on to the vaccine for 10 years, then they waited one whole year to the mark, to release it. At the end of the day, whether or not they had the vaccine, the Big Five (P5) have not been forthcoming. In the Democracy quarter, the political left and right only toss the blame of shortcomings, at each other, in a shit show.

Lack of direction[8] and data has also led to confusion[9] about how to get the recommended doses. People are going out and mixing different vaccine brands in their attempts to get "fully vaccinated".[10]

Traditional vaccines take 10 years and cost 500 million dollars to develop. Viruses can affect people in different ways and numerous trials are required to develop an effective vaccine, something that cannot be completed in just one year. The chart below shows vaccine development:[11]